The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Frank E. Evans (DD 754). Please keep in mind that this list does only include records of people who submitted their information for publication on this website. If you also served aboard and you remember one of the people below you can click on the name to send an email to the respective sailor. Would you like to have such a crew list on your website?
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There are 13 crew members registered for the USS Frank E. Evans (DD 754).
|Peterson, George||RD1||Jul 1954 – Nov 1958||OI|
|Coplen, Lester (Bill)||STG3||Sep 30, 1963 – May 6, 1966||SONAR|
|Culbertson/sullivan, William||SEAMAN/BOATSWAINS MATE||Oct 24, 1964 – Jun 21, 1968||1ST DIVISION||IT WAS A PLEASURE SERVING WITH SUCH DEDICATED MEN WHO STOOD UP TO WAR WITH HONOR AND WHO KNEW HOW TO PARTY WITH GUSTO. OF COURSE WE WILL NEVER FORGET THE HONORABLE "74". PROUD TO SERVE ON THE "FIGHTING FRANK".|
|Diaz De Leon, Jose||2nd class BT||1965 – 1969||B|
|Simpson, Doug||E2||Feb 1965 – Jan 1966||Engineering|
|Sutton, Larry||STG3||Feb 5, 1965 – Sep 1, 1968||3rd Division - Sonar Gang||After 40 years, I still think of the many great shipmates I served with aboard the Evans. This ship was my first duty station in a 23 year naval career that ended in 1988, but those early years were most special.|
|Murphy, Timothy||MM2||Aug 1, 1965 – Dec 11, 1968||M Division||"“I wish to have no Connection with any Ship that does not Sail fast for I intend to go in harm's way.” John Paul Jones, November 16, 1778. The Fighting Frank lives in the memory of all those who sailed on her. RIP, 74!|
|Carroll, Charles E.||MM1||1966 – 1968||M||Best two years in the Navy! Assigned to the aft engineroom. Great ship and good crew. Longbeach will never be the same without the Rank Frank!|
|Peters, Roy "Pete"||MM3||Oct 1966 – Jun 3, 1969||M||Worked both Fwd and Aft Enginerooms with some of the saltiest sailors who ever sailed the seas. We worked hard and played hard. 74 Good men went on eternal watch on 3 June 1969. LEST WE FORGET THEY DIED IN THE VIETNAM WAR !! .|
|Inman, David||BT FN||May 15, 1967 – Jun 3, 1969||B|
|Mulitsch, Andrew Joe||E-3 Machinist Mate Striker MMFN||Feb 1969 – Jun 1969||Propulsion Main Control Forward Engine Room||Assigned Main Control Forward Engine Room berthed aft. I was lower level watch on June 3,1969 in the FWD Engine room when we collided with HMAS Melbourne in the South China Sea. LEST WE FORGET the 74 lost Vietnam Vets|
|Burke, Richard||FTGSN||Mar 1969 – Jun 3, 1969||WG||I served with some of the finest men ever to sail the sea. We lost 74 good men - LEST WE FORGET.|
|Steagall, Benjamin||Fireman||Mar 17, 1969 – Jun 3, 1969||Electrical||The Evans was the first ship I was assigned to after 2years and 9 months of shore duty. She was a great ship with a great crew. I was asleep in my bunk on the aft end when the collision occurred..|
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